Best seats in the house! Ben Stiller joins stars including Ashley Benson to cheer on the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden
Ben Stiller joined a host of stars and familiar faces at the NBA in New York on Tuesday.
The comedian and actor, 57, was spotted in the front row as he cheered on the New York Knicks against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Madison Square Garden.
Also in attendance at the game were the likes of Pretty Little Liars star Ashley Benson, 33, actress Susan Kelechi Watson, 41, and director Noah Baumbach, 53.
Best seats in the house! Ben Stiller joined stars including Ashley Benson and Susan Kelechi Watson to cheer on the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday
Zoolander star Ben, who is an avid Knicks fan, looked thrilled to be in attendance, clapping and cheering as he sat courtside.
The star kept things casual in an all-black outfit, wearing a pair of black jeans with a T-shirt and jacket.
Blonde beauty Ashley meanwhile looked chic in a pair of leather-look trousers, boots and a red top, which she teamed with a leather jacket.
Fancy seeing you here! Also in attendance at the game were the likes of Pretty Little Liars star Ashley Benson, 33, who attended with oil heir Brandon Davis
Courtside chic: Blonde beauty Ashley meanwhile looked chic in a pair of leather-look trousers, boots and a red top, which she teamed with a leather jacket
Thrilled: The pair, who have been spotted at NBA games recently, looked thrilled to be at the match
Dating? The pair were spotted grabbing dinner together in Los Angeles earlier this month
She attended the game with oil heir Brandon Davis.
The pair were spotted grabbing dinner together in Los Angeles earlier this month.
It comes after Vince Vaughn confirmed last month that he and Ben are open to doing sequel to Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story… but only ‘if it feels right and it’s funny’.
During the premiere of the new comedy Christmas With The Campbells, which Vaughn co-wrote and produced, he confirmed his and Ben Stiller’s interest in doing a follow-up, as long as it involves quality material.
Rubbing shoulders: Also in attendance at the game was film director Noah Baumbach, 53 (left)
Familiar face: Model and TikTok star Remi Bader was also spotted in the crowd
Date night: Baseballer Aaron Judge was also pictured at the game with wife Samantha
Courtside: Model Kate Bock stepped out at the game in a varsity jacket
‘They’ve always talked about these things forever and I had an idea that was fun and the studio likes it, so we’ll see where it goes,’ Vaughn, 52, told The Hollywood Reporter.
In the original film, written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, the story follows a group of misfits entering a dodgeball tournament in Las Vegas to save their cherished local gym from the onslaught of a corporate health fitness chain.
It went on to become a hit with fans at the worldwide box office 18 years ago, grossing $188.4 million on a $20 million budget.
Vince, who played Average Joe’s Gym owner Pete LaFleur, shared that Stiller is interested in reprising his role as White Goodman, the owner of Globo Gym who tried to buy out Average Joe’s, but only if there’s a funny and original script.
‘I think Ben [Stiller] is open to doing it, I think he’s in the same boat as me actually which is if it’s a really fun and great idea then that’s fun, but if it’s just something to go do it again then why?’ he explained.
Exciting: It comes after Vince Vaughn confirmed last month that he and Ben are open to doing sequel to Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story… but only ‘if it feels right and it’s funny’